NC State has all but wrapped up its 4th-straight ACC title, but there should still be plenty of exciting swimming on the final night of the 2018 ACC championships.
Georgia Tech men and women both bested Emory on Senior Day in Saturday’s Atlanta-based duel meet.
Alabama’s Robert Howard became the first man to go sub-42 in the 100 free this season at the Georgia Tech Invite.
Alabama’s Luke Kaliszak threw down a 45.85 100 back at the Georgia Tech Invite.
Georgia Tech beat Delta State handily, winning 28 of 32 events.
The women’s team came down to the final race, with the Yellow Jackets winning the 400 free relay to seal the deal.
On the men’s side, freshman Zach Yeadon continued to impress for the Irish. He was body lengths ahead of the field in the 500 free.
Tonight’s action will feature a battle between ACC Record holder Hennessey Stuart and Championship Record holder Grigory Tarasevich in the 200 back, but Robert Owen may also challenge for the title in that event.
Auburn women and Alabama men take the team titles at the Georgia Tech Invitational, while Florida men and women both finish as runner-ups.
The UGA Bulldogs made the short trip to Atlanta, Georgia, to face their in-state rival Georgia Tech. UGA swept, but it was a competitive meet.
The Notre Dame men’s team relied on their sprinters to come from behind on Day 2 to win against the Yellow Jackets, while the Fighting Irish women rolled over the Georgia Tech women’s team.
Breaststroker Jonathan Yang has given his verbal commitment to join Georgia Tech as part of the Class of 2021.
The Harvard men and women hosted a dual meet against Georgia Tech, which was labeled a “scrimmage” and not scored.
Georgia Tech swimmer Moises Loschi has decided to pull out of the men’s 2016 NCAA Championships leaving the Yellow Jackets with just two qualifiers headed into the meet.
Alabama ends their regular season with wins for both programs against Georgia Tech with aid from Emma Saunders, featured above.